[PD] Gem compilation for abling [pix_film] to open video file (read homer.avi)

tommaso bianco tommaso.bianco at gmail.com
Mon May 12 12:54:03 CEST 2008

Hi Iohannes,
yes, now it is working. I installed avifile-dev, as well as 
libquicktime-devel, and it is now able to read both the .avi and .mov files.
Now I can start play for real :-)

Here's attacched the output of the configure.
I had to uninstall libmpeg3-devel because it was giving a file not found 
for libmpeg3.h.


IOhannes m zmölnig wrote:
> tommaso bianco wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> I suppose I have to bind the compilation with some codec library in my 
>> system, but which and how?
> correct.
> you have to have libavifile-dev (here it is: libavifile-0.7-dev; it
> might be something like avifile-devel on a fedora machine) installed at
> configure-/compile-/run-time.
> Gem's configure will automatically detect the presence of this library
> and use it at compilation time.
> fgmadsr
> IOhannes
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